• Technical

    • Appointment: 2001
    • Construction Start: 2003
    • Completion: 2004
    • Area: 705 m²
    • Budget: £1.6 million
    • Form of Contract: Traditional
    • Client: Caldicott Trust
    • Contractor: Benson Ltd
    • Services Engineer: Rybka
    • Structural Engineer: Techniker
    • Quantity Surveyor: Stockdale
    • Building Control: MLM
    • Acoustic Engineer: Sharp Redmore Partnership
  • Bibliography

      • ‘First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4–5
      • ‘A Review of Architects and Their Buildings’, Architecture & Building – UK, SHE02 / 2007, p65
      • 'Investigating For You – What Role Do Craftmanship Skills and Manual Work in General Play In Your Projects and In Your Work at The Drawing Board’, ARK – The StoJournal for Architects, Issue 4 / 2006, p13
      • ‘Competitions’, Building Design, 1 February 2002, p15
      • Eleanor Young, ‘Watch This Space’, RIBA Journal, April 2005, pp40–44
      • Jay Merrick, ‘Leave Your Bombs Behind’, The Independent Review, 30 March 2005, pp12–13
      • ‘Caldicott School Performing Arts Building’, School Building, December 2004/January 2005, pp38–40
      • Fay Sweet, ‘Feat of Learning’, Homes & Property, 15 September 2004, p13
      • David Littlefield, ‘Core Subject’, Building Design, 27 September 2002, p10

The Performing Arts building combines a hall, three classrooms, a meeting room and a common room. The scheme embodies three theatres: the quad (the civic place for street performance) the hall (the conventional model for theatre) and the landscape.

‘If you look at the building through the eyes of a theatre director, it comes alive with unexpected entrances and exits and dramatic possibilities (and wonderful soft acoustics).’ Eleanor Young, 2005

  • Technical

    • Appointment: 2001
    • Construction Start: 2003
    • Completion: 2004
    • Area: 705 m²
    • Budget: £1.6 million
    • Form of Contract: Traditional
    • Client: Caldicott Trust
    • Contractor: Benson Ltd
    • Services Engineer: Rybka
    • Structural Engineer: Techniker
    • Quantity Surveyor: Stockdale
    • Building Control: MLM
    • Acoustic Engineer: Sharp Redmore Partnership
  • Bibliography

      • ‘First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4–5
      • ‘A Review of Architects and Their Buildings’, Architecture & Building – UK, SHE02 / 2007, p65
      • 'Investigating For You – What Role Do Craftmanship Skills and Manual Work in General Play In Your Projects and In Your Work at The Drawing Board’, ARK – The StoJournal for Architects, Issue 4 / 2006, p13
      • ‘Competitions’, Building Design, 1 February 2002, p15
      • Eleanor Young, ‘Watch This Space’, RIBA Journal, April 2005, pp40–44
      • Jay Merrick, ‘Leave Your Bombs Behind’, The Independent Review, 30 March 2005, pp12–13
      • ‘Caldicott School Performing Arts Building’, School Building, December 2004/January 2005, pp38–40
      • Fay Sweet, ‘Feat of Learning’, Homes & Property, 15 September 2004, p13
      • David Littlefield, ‘Core Subject’, Building Design, 27 September 2002, p10
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